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History of mediaeval political theory in the west (1903)



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Author: Carlyle, R. W. (Robert Warrand), Sir, 1859-1934; Carlyle, A. J. (Alexander James), 1861-1943
Volume: 4
Subject: Political science -- History
Publisher: Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood and sons
Language: English
Call number: AND-1502
Digitizing sponsor: msn
Book contributor: Kelly - University of Toronto
Collection: kellylibrary; toronto

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v.1. Second century to the ninth, by A.J. Carlyle. - v.2. Political theory of the Roman lawyers and the canonists, from the tenth century to the thirteenth century, by A.J. Carlyle. - v.3. Political theory from the tenth century to the thirteenth, by A.J. Carlyle. - v.4. Theories of the relation of the empire and the papacy from the tenth century to the twelfth, by A.J. Carlyle. - v.5. Political theory of the thirteenth century, by R.W. Carlyle and A.J. Carlyle. - v.6. Political theory from 1300 to 1600, by A.J. Carlyle

Vol. 4., 2nd imp.; vol. 5., 2nd ed., 1938

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